Exxedera’s FBS Top 25 – Week 7

We’re already six weeks through the college football season and we have already seen a large number of surprises. LSU looks like they may have the nation’s most lethal passing attacks while Michigan’s “new” passing attack has looked pedestrian basically every week. Auburn lost for the first time this season to Florida giving them a thin line on how much they can afford to mess up the rest of the way.

Let’s countdown this week’s top 25.


Top 25

1. LSU Tigers (5-0)

2. Alabama Crimson Tide (5-0)

3. Clemson Tigers (5-0)

4. Georgia Bulldogs (5-0)

5. Ohio State Buckeyes (6-0)

6. Oklahoma Sooners (5-0)

7. Wisconsin Badgers (5-0)

8. Florida Gators (6-0)

9. Penn State Nittany Lions (5-0)

10. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (5-0)

11. Texas Longhorns (4-1)

12. Oregon Ducks (4-1)

13. Michigan Wolverines (4-1)

14. Auburn Tigers (5-1)

15. Boise State Broncos (5-0)

16. Arizona State Sun Devils (4-1)

17. SMU Mustangs (6-0)

18. Wake Forest (5-0)

19. Iowa Hawkeyes (4-1)

20. Utah Utes (4-1)

21. Virginia Cavaliers (4-1)

22. Washington Huskies (3-2)

23. Memphis Tigers (5-0)

24. Baylor Bears (5-0)

25. Cincinnati Bearcats (4-1)

Exxedera’s Top 10 FBS Running Backs For 2019

College football is filled with explosive running backs from the ACC to SEC all the way down to the Sun Belt conference. Last year we saw Wisconsin running back breakout for over 2,000 yards while national championship winning RB Travis Etienne averaged over 8 yards a carry. Will either one of them be able to replicate the same level of production? That’ll have to be answered after the season, now let’s see who the 10 best running backs in college are for the upcoming season.


#1. Travis Etienne, Clemson

#2. Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

#3. De’Andre Swift, Georgia

#4. J.K. Dobbs, Ohio State

#5. Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt

#6. CJ Verdell, Oregon

#7. AJ Dillon, Boston College

#8. Najee Harris, Alabama

#9. Eno Benjamin, Arizona State

#10. Kennedy Brooks, Oklahoma

Exxedera’s Top 10 FBS Quarterbacks For 2019.

The 2019 college football season is only a few days away and that means we’re only a few days away from the start of quarterbacks making electrifying plays with their arms and legs.

Last year’s national championship featured the top two quarterbacks in the nation, but who landed at #1? Who else landed on our list? Read below and find out


#1. Tua Tag

#2. Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

#3. Jake Fromm, Georgia

#4. D’eriq King, Houston

#5. Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma

#6. Justin Herbert, Oregon

#7. Jacob Eason, Wasington

#8. Shea Patterson, Michigan

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Heisman Trophy Predictions after Week 11: Baker Mayfield leads the pack

Heisman hopefuls and College Football Playoff hopefuls work hand in hand. This week #1 Georgia was victim to it’s first loss of the season, as #10 Auburn pummeled them 40-17 behind Kerryon Johnson’s 233 yards from scrimmage. Just a few weeks ago, the huge question was would Alabama and UGA meet In the SEC championship? And also would they meet undefeated? With a stain on their resume now, Georgia is just hoping to climb back into the College Football Playoff picture. Miami has looked like the best team in the country the past two week following wins against Virginia Tech and Notre Dame. Penn State finally got back to it’s winning ways behind a decent performance by  Heisman hopeful Saquon Barkley after beating Rutgers 35-6. Khalil Tate looked like a Georgia Tech quarterback after rushing for 206 yards while only attempting eight passes in a 49-28 win over Oregon State.

Let’s look at this weeks top three Heisman candidate

1. Baker Mayfield, QB (Oklahoma)

Stats: 71.2% Comp/ 3559 Yards Passing + 231 Yards Rushing/ 36 Total TD’s

Last week, Baker Mayfield came in at #1 on our list of Heisman candidates following week 10 after he shredded Oklahoma State’s defense for 598 passing yards. He followed that display with a 333 passing yard performance that featured three touchdowns. All of this came against TCU, the Big 12’s best defense. With only Kansas and West Virginia left on the schedule before a rematch with TCU or OSU, Baker has a huge chance to pad his stats before going into New York where he should coast to a Heisman trophy.


2. Jonathan Taylor, RB (Wisconsin)

Stats: 1525 Rushing Yards, 12 TD’s

Coming in at #2 this week once again is Wisconsin RB, Jonathan Taylor. Taylor took on the high powered Iowa defense this past Saturday which yielded 157 rushing yards to the true freshman. He has toted the rock for at least 150 yards on five occasions this season including 200 yard performances against Big 10 foes, Purdue and Nebraska. With Wisconsin now 10-0 on the season and moving into the top 5 of the College Football Playoff race, Taylor has a great chance to make a Heisman statement if he can continue running through defenses while his team keeps winning.


 3. Lamar Jackson, QB (Louisville)

Stats: 60.2% Comp/ 3003 Yards Passing + 1176 Yards Rushing/ 36 Total TD’s

What has happened to the incumbent Heisman trophy winner? After one of the most prolific seasons ever in college football, Lamar Jackson has been off the radar this season. The reason being is because Louisville is currently 6-4 included losses to Wake Forest and Boston College. He’s only thrown interceptions in five games this season and only one of those was a win, so if he can take care of the football, Louisville will always have a great chance to win. Against North Carolina he looked like he was coming back for the Heisman when he churned out three passing and three rushing touchdowns while adding 525 total yards to his annual repertoire. Whether he leaves school early or returns for the 2018 season one thing is for certain: Lamar Jackson will perform like a created Madden player wherever he plays.